Category: Examples

Examples

Task Based English – Using English in real situations

Task Based Learning is great fun…  AND  extremely useful for your English skills.   This is just an example: tasks change week to week.  30 minute conversation with coffee:  This is an opportunity for English learners to practice their English in a REAL situation using practical English. You can speak English in the classroom, but […]

Skype / Telephone Classes – Using practical English

Skype / Telephone Classes – Using practical English The student is required to prepare the  class before the start to maximise learning potential. This is usually done by listening to a BBC broadcast or reading an article using everyday useful English. 1. The listening 2. Using new vocabulary in an exercise 3. Discussing the new […]

Nancy Sinatra – Bang Bang (Past Simple Regular & Irregular practise)

Nancy Sinatra – Bang Bang (A class with the famous song by Nancy Sinatra to practice verbs in the Past Simple) Who was Nancy Sinatra? Can you name any of her songs? What relationship is she to Frank Sinatra Ex 1: While listening to the song put the verbs in brackets into the past simple. […]

Cinema – Man On A Ledge (Trailer)

Culture & Cinema Upper Intermediate Class. American pronunciation, Vocab building, contractions,   Man On A Ledge (Trailer) Discussion: What are trailers for? What is in a typical trailer? Tell me about the music, the edits, the story, the action etc in trailers? This is a Hollywood trailer, what typical things could you expect? 1. Here […]

Cultural identities served with food

Upper Intermediate + (for teachers & students) Conversation class & practice Cuisine Cultural identities served with food on Vimeo Intro: Is food and cuisine an important part of culture? What does Catalan food say about your culture? Use as many adjectives as possible. Do you enjoy tasting other types of food and therefore other cultures? […]